Price of a slave

The worth of the message of the gospel is taught by the Lord Jesus Christ in this parable. “Again, the kingdom of heaven is like a merchant in search of fine pearls, who, on finding one pearl of great value, went and sold all that he had and bought it.” (Matthew 13:45-46) Sadly, even after hearing this parable, Judas betrayed Lord Jesus Christ for 30 pieces of silver.
For the Chief Priest, Lord Jesus Christ was a heretic. He prophesied that it was good for one person to die for the sake of the Nation of Israel. (John 11:50) Now, he wanted to execute his own prophecy. That was the time Judas appeared, offering his services. In his mind the Chief Priest had decided the price. He was determined not to hike the price beyond 30 pieces of silver. For him the unlettered Rabbi from Galilee did not deserve any more. The Lord was considered to be worth a slave and not a free man. (Matthew 26:15) The price of a slave was 30 pieces of silver according to the Law of Moses. (Exodus 21:32)
Zechariah was play-acting his prophecy. He offered himself as a shepherd. The owner of the flock offered wages as 30 pieces of silver. (Zechariah 11:12) The money was thrown into the house of the Lord for the potter. (Matthew 27:3-10) This is exactly what happened as Judas threw the money in the temple and it was used to buy a potter’s field to bury strangers. Potter’s field is where potter throws rejected, broken, useless pots. Indeed, the Lord Jesus purchased the potter’s field to redeem the broken, contrite, rejected, useless people.
Mary anointed the Lord Jesus with an expensive ointment that was 300 pieces of silver. (John 12:3-6) Judas commented that it could have been used for the poor. John adds that Judas was a thief, so only he made an unwarranted comment. Judas received an amount equal to the tithe of what Mary spent to worship the Lord Jesus Christ.
Millions have found Lord Jesus as an indescribable gift of God.
How do I regard Lord Jesus Christ?